What is SNOCAP?

SNOCAP stands for State Networks of Ambulatory Practices and Partners. SNOCAP is the overarching name for the collaborative affiliation of practice-based research networks in Colorado that joined together to improve communication, facilitate joint research projects, and share research staff and resources.

Because of the variation in size, location, populations served, and organizational structure, research conducted across SNOCAP is more generalizable than that conducted in more uniform Practice-Based Research Networks (PBRNs) elsewhere.

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Where We Work

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SNOCAP Members

BIGHORN

Building InvestiGative practices for better Health Outcomes Research Network (BIGHORN): a network of private primary care practices in Colorado

CaReNet

Colorado Research Network (CaReNet): a network of practices that care for disadvantaged populations, including FederallyQualified Health Centers (FQHCs), FQHC look-alikes, and residency practices.

COCONet

Colorado Children’s Outcomes Network (COCONet): a network of pediatric and child health focused practices.

HPRN

High Plains Research Network (HPRN): a geographically-based network of health care providers in rural eastern Colorado.

PEACHnet

Partners Engaged in Achieving Change in Health (PEACHnet): a geographically-based network of health care providers along the Western Slope of Colorado.



SNOCAP Partners

 


Community Engagement Forum

The ACCORDS Education Program and Community Engagement Core and the CCTSI Community Engagement Core have partnered to offer a forum for investigators and study teams conducting community/stakeholder-engaged research. 

These forum will run quarterly and include brief seminars from leading engagement scholars and community research partners. Additionally, this will serve as a learning community for sharing best practices and lessons learned. The forum will be geared towards supporting investigators and study teams throughout design, conduct, and dissemination of engaged research.

Community Engagement Forum Recordings


News & Updates

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